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Outbound IP addresses will change on August 20th, 2014

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There is upcoming scheduled maintenance on August 20th, 2014 that should only affect a small amount of customers. If you do not whitelist Nodejitsu's outbound IP addresses you can safely ignore this email. Customers running in Amsterdam can also safely ignore this.

Our outbound IP addresses are changing on August 20th, 2014 in US-East and US-SW

When your application makes a request outside of Nodejitsu the Internet sees one of the IP addresses below. These are what we refer to as our "outbound IP addresses". During this maintenance window, applications will have a brief (less than one minute period) where they will be unable to access the public Internet.

Our new outbound IP addresses will be:

US-East (Virginia)

This is our default datacenter. If you have not changed your datacenter this is where your application is running.


US-SW (Las Vegas)


EU-AMS (Amsterdam)

Will be unaffected

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